We design videos, curriculum, protocols and tools to share and scale effective practices of our graduates.

EMPOWERING TEACHER TEAMS TO IMPROVE INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICES

A collaborative research-based approach to
professional development designed to achieve long-term instructional growth. 
Developed by East Brooklyn Community High School in Brooklyn. 

HIGHER-ORDER THINKING THROUGH DAILY ACADEMIC DISCUSSION

Instructional practices and tools for engaging students in academic discussion as a way to improve their higher-order discussion and writing skills, as well as increasing academic engagement.
Developed by Metropolitan Diploma Plus High School in Brooklyn. 
A digital teaching guide for supporting students in taking action in their school or community through creating a powerful documentary film. It includes lessons, examples of student videos, project models, and tools that will make it possible to create a course, program or club that encourages youth activism while deeply engaging students in the college and career skills of research, critical thinking, analysis and presentation.

KNOW YOUR RIGHTS:

A blueprint for a youth participatory action research project

PLACING STUDENT FEEDBACK AT THE CENTER OF TEACHING AND LEARNING

Practices and tools for educators interested in using two-way, formative, skill-aligned feedback as a powerful way of supporting struggling students.
 
Developed by Bronx Haven High School in the Bronx.
Practices and tools designed to build students’ persistence tackling challenging math tasks, with lessons and insights that extend beyond the math classroom and can be applied across content areas.
 
Developed by North Queens Community High School in Queens.

MASTERY-BASED LEARNING

Practices and tools for supporting students in a mastery-based learning environment. The personalized approach to helping students develop skills and monitor growth leads students to take ownership over their learning.
 
Developed by Bronx Arena High School in the Bronx.

STRENGTHENING PERSISTENCE IN MATH AND BEYOND

MISSION

The New York City Department of Education is committed to working collaboratively with parents, educators, school communities, and external stakeholders to improve student achievement and ensure that every child graduates from high school prepared for college, a career, and a future as a productive, critically thinking adult.

 

The mission of the NYC DOE Office of Postsecondary Readiness (OPSR) is to research, develop, and implement innovative school and program models that help students graduate ready for college and careers.

 

www.schools.nyc.gov   

CONTACT

Multiple Pathways Institute

New York City Department of Education

Office of Postsecondary Readiness

52 Chambers Street, Room 309

New York, NY 10007

Tel. 212-374-6736

mpinstitute.shared@gmail.com

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